Wednesday, February 28, 2007

It's the North American Union, stupid... Part 13

Mexican Prez Slams US Border Wall
Mexico, Feb 27 (Prensa Latina)
At a meeting with a bilateral entrepreneurial organization Tuesday, Mexican President Felipe Calderon criticized the 745-mile, 1.3 billion dollar border wall the US is building to prevent illegal immigration from Mexico.
Calderon spoke to applause from US businesspeople, in front of US Ambassador to Mexico Antonio Garza, when he said it would be more useful to build a mile of road in Zacatecas, Michoacan and Jalisco than a wall on the northern border.
Calderon took advantage of Garza s presence at the American Chamber-Mexico meeting, which represents, promotes and develops trade and investment between the two countries, to send a message to President George W. Bush and the NAD Bank.
He demanded that the bank, which operates with Canadian and US funds, and the president reduce restrictions and boost cooperation.
Calderon declared himself in favor of turning Mexico into the fifth emerging nation with majority foreign investment, which is a path to development respecting democracy and public security.
Calderon's statements came at the opening of the Sixth National Convention of the American Chamber of Commerce, in response to demands for reform made by Simon Diaz Avalos, head of this oldest entrepreneurial organization outside the United States.
By Charlotte Iserbyt
February 27, 2007

There is one common thread running through all articles and speeches by elected officials, well-known writers, and commentators in opposition to the merging of the United States into a political and economic regional arrangement known as the North American Union. To my knowledge, not one of them has chosen to use the “C” word (communism) when warning Americans of the dangers of this unconstitutional merger about to be foisted upon us without proper hearings in Congress.
Excellent speeches and articles are being given and written warning us of all sorts of bad things related to this merger, including the fact that we will lose our sovereignty, but we are not being told that all these bad things are necessary for the full implementation of The North American Soviet Union (communistic/regional system). Isn’t the “C” word the one and only word which might shock Americans out of their state of conditioned apathy, thereby bringing about citizen activism which might result in killing this “regional” monster?


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